We don’t sell / install just one window exclusively. We purchase replacement windows Factory Direct from 20+ manufacturers to find the best deal on the best window for your specific project.
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Factory Direct Windows
By purchasing windows directly from the manufacturers and not from suppliers or distributors, we can generate lower prices and pass those savings along to our customers.
Our highly skilled installation crews each have more than 20 years of experience installing replacement windows. We are proud to have attracted and kept the best area installers by creating incentives for superior workmanship and offering a reliable / steady workload.
White is the most common color for vinyl replacement windows. There is no premium charge for white windows. However, keep in mind, white vinyl is EXTREMELY white… it almost glows white. If there is white or gray tones in your brick, white windows could add a nice look.
Beige Vinyl Windows
All manufacturers offer beige as a secondary option to white. However, some manufacturers might call this color tan or even almond. Manufacturers charge a little more for the beige windows.
Clay Vinyl Windows
Not all manufacturers offer the clay color option. However, for a project that needs a darker window, Clay is the most affordable and light enough to not warp under extreme heat.
Premium Vinyl Window Colors
Bronze Vinyl Windows
Many colors such as bronze, red and green windows are available but because these windows are either painted or laminated they can be quite a bit more expensive.
Double Hung Vinyl Windows
If a window is “double hung”, both upper and lower sashes move. This can be useful for many reasons but especially for cleaning purposes.
Tilt-in Vinyl Windows
The movable sashes of vinyl replacement windows can be tilted inward for easy cleaning. If the window is double hung, meaning both upper and lower sashes move, both sashes also tilt in.
Narrow Frame Vinyl Windows
There are vinyl window manufacturers who specialize in narrow, slim-profile frames. From the edge of the window frame to glass measures approximately 2 inches. A typical energy efficient window can measure as large as 3-1/2 inches.
Soundproof windows use a heavy polyurethane laminate to bring the sound efficiency of a vinyl replacement window to meet that of a brick wall.